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Emirates SkyCargo senior vice president joins TIACA Board

Posted 23 March 2016 · Add Comment

Nabil Sultan, Emirates' divisional senior vice president, cargo has been appointed to The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) Board of Directors.

Sultan has over 20 years’ experience in senior management roles at the airline and was promoted to his current role in 2013. 

“Air cargo is one of the primary drivers of the global economy, and our industry will play an increasingly prominent role in supporting international commerce in the decades to come,” said Sultan. 

“I am honoured to join TIACA’s Board of Directors because I share the organisation’s commitment to improving market access, security, and environmental responsibility in the global air cargo industry.” 

Sanjiv Edward, chairman, TIACA, and Head of Cargo Business at Delhi International Airport: “We are delighted to have Nabil join the TIACA Board, he is a valuable addition to the very active and engaged team," said Sanjiv Edward, chairman, TIACA, and head of cargo business at Delhi International Airport. 

"TIACA has been taking a leadership role in improving the air cargo supply chain and the Board of Directors makes significant contribution to the process, by their diverse and rich industry experience.”

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